The past week was busy with new device announcements, but Xiaomi’s two-day event in China brought more hardware than anything else. The new foldable Mix Fold 3, the massive 14” tablet Pad 6 Max, and a new wearable Smart Band 8 Pro came on day 1, while the next day it was all about Redmi – the flagship K60 Ultra and an affordable Redmi Pad SE tablet were also unveiled.
Before we even managed to take our breath, OnePlus snatched it back with its Ace 2 Pro smartphone – a marvelous premium smartphone with 150W fast charging, new VC cooling solution and mind-boggling 24 GB RAM + 1 TB memory version.
Components for iPhone 15 units are not matching the previously predicted quantities, and Apple is allegedly readjusting its forecast – instead of 83 million units, Cupertino is now tipped to order 77 million devices from its manufacturing partner.
Samsung already released all its major flagships for 2023 and now is looking to improve the user experience on its current devices. The Korean maker is now seeding One UI 6 Beta to China, India, Poland, and the UK, and in the meantime is also pushing stable OneUI 5.1.1 to last year’s foldables Galaxy Z Fold4 and Flip4, while older phones will get it on a later date.
Supply issues and price hikes are the reason behind Apple’s decision to cut down on production this year.
Among them are India, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, in addition to Turkey, Mexico and the selected European markets.
Xiaomi developed an all-new proprietary hinge that consists of 198 components and takes up 17% less internal space.
The Max display is 62% larger than the Xiaomi Pad 6 Pro. It’s a high-quality 120Hz panel that can be used for both work and play. The tablet runs on a 10,000mAh battery.
One UI 5.1.1 is coming to the previous three generations of Samsung foldables as well as older Galaxy Tab series and Watch series devices.
Titanium is denser and tougher than aluminum so it would be interesting to know how Samsung achieved this.
Let’s take a quick look at the Snapdragon 7 Gen 1-powered smartphone before we put it through our review gauntlet.
The President of Realme China doesn’t believe that current 8 Gen 2 phones have shown the chipsets true potential.